Josiah Gelatt (left), 12, and Ethan Gelatt, 9, worked on math with father Micah Gelatt at their home in Kansas City, Kan. The Gelatts are home-schooling four children.
Josiah Gelatt (left), 12, and Ethan Gelatt, 9, worked on math with father Micah Gelatt at their home in Kansas City, Kan. The Gelatts are home-schooling four children. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Josiah Gelatt (left), 12, and Ethan Gelatt, 9, worked on math with father Micah Gelatt at their home in Kansas City, Kan. The Gelatts are home-schooling four children. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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